Italic Handwriting Series Instruction Manual
Title Italic Handwriting Series Instruction Manual PDF eBook
Author Barbara Getty
Publisher Continuing Education Press
Pages 116
Release 1994
Genre Calligraphy
ISBN 9780876780992

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The Italic Handwriting Series
Title The Italic Handwriting Series PDF eBook
Author Barbara Getty
Publisher
Pages
Release 1986-01-01
Genre Calligraphy
ISBN 9780876780329

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Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Instruction Manual
Title Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Instruction Manual PDF eBook
Author Barbara Getty
Publisher Getty-Dubay
Pages 114
Release 2019-08-29
Genre Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN 9781733435215

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This is the Instruction Manual for the seven-part Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series, a comprehensive handwriting program for K - 6th grade. includes teaching and assessment strategies, creative student activities, and adaptations to special needs. Illustrated. 108 pages. Join the thousands of students everyday who learn to write using Getty-Dubay. Even if you've never taught handwriting, you'll find the Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series easy to follow and full of step-by-step guidance, tips, and creative practice materials. Each of the seven books in the series has been designed to utilize the child's natural curiosity and thirst for learning. The unique "Look-Plan-Practice" approach to self-assessment enhances legibility while empowering your student, encouraging responsibility for his or her own progress. The Instruction Manual for teachers and homeschool parents provides additional guidance for all grades. Getty-Dubay Italic is... Legible. Italic letterforms are uncluttered and loop-free, even when written rapidly. Logical. The transition from printing to cursive is straightforward and intuitive. Letter shapes remain the same from basic italic to cursive italic, eliminating the abrupt leap from "ball and stick" to looped cursive seen in other programs. Easy to Write. The elliptical shapes and strokes of italic conform to natural, rhythmic hand movements. The letters are formed easily and quickly. Easy to Teach. The Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series provides a clear, concise, step-by-step approach with opportunity for lots of practice. "Many parents have thanked me for helping their child develop this attractive, legible handwriting." -- Vicki Swartz, National Teachers Hall of Fame "Inga and Barbara deserve the thanks of every teacher and every parent. It's a breakthrough at last!" -- Betty Edwards, Ph.D., Author of Drawing on the Right Side of The Brain



Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series Book D
Title Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series Book D PDF eBook
Author Barbara Getty
Publisher Allport Editions
Pages 80
Release 1979-09
Genre Copybooks
ISBN 9780964921573

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This is the fourth handwriting workbook of the seven-part Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series. Designed for the beginning reader and writer, it introduces the alphabet one letter and one word per page. Includes basic italic lowercase, capitals, and numerals. Illustrated.A comprehensive handwriting program for K - 6th grade.Join the thousands of students everyday who learn to write using Getty-Dubay.Even if you've never taught handwriting, you'll find the Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series easy to follow and full of step-by-step guidance, tips, and creative practice materials. Each of the seven books in the series has been designed to utilize the child's natural curiosity and thirst for learning. The unique "Look-Plan-Practice" approach to self-assessment enhances legibility while empowering your student, encouraging responsibility for his or her own progress. The Instruction Manual for teachers and homeschool parents provides additional guidance for all grades.Getty-Dubay Italic is┬┐Legible. Italic letterforms are uncluttered and loop-free, even when written rapidly.Logical. The transition from printing to cursive is straightforward and intuitive. Letter shapes remain the same from basic italic to cursive italic, eliminating the abrupt leap from "ball and stick" to looped cursive seen in other programs.Easy to Write. The elliptical shapes and strokes of italic conform to natural, rhythmic hand movements. The letters are formed easily and quickly.Easy to Teach. The Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series provides a clear, concise, step-by-step approach with opportunity for lots of practice."Many parents have thanked me for helping their child develop this attractive, legible handwriting." - Vicki Swartz, National Teachers Hall of Fame"Inga and Barbara deserve the thanks of every teacher and every parent. It's a breakthrough at last!" - Betty Edwards, Ph.D., Author of Drawing on the Right Side of The Brain



Italic Handwriting Series
Title Italic Handwriting Series PDF eBook
Author Barbara Getty
Publisher Continuing Education Press
Pages 68
Release 1994
Genre Calligraphy
ISBN 9780876780930

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Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series Book G
Title Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series Book G PDF eBook
Author Barbara Getty
Publisher Getty-Dubay
Pages 72
Release 2019-08-29
Genre Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN 9781733435208

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This is the seventh handwriting workbook of the seven-part Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series, a comprehensive handwriting program for K - 6th grade. Book G reviews basic italic, cursive italic, numerals, and introduces edged-pen writing. Writing practice follows a central theme -- the history of the alphabet. Illustrated. 64 pages. Join the thousands of students everyday who learn to write using Getty-Dubay. Even if you've never taught handwriting, you'll find the Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series easy to follow and full of step-by-step guidance, tips, and creative practice materials. Each of the seven books in the series has been designed to utilize the child's natural curiosity and thirst for learning. The unique "Look-Plan-Practice" approach to self-assessment enhances legibility while empowering your student, encouraging responsibility for his or her own progress. The Instruction Manual for teachers and homeschool parents provides additional guidance for all grades. Getty-Dubay Italic is... Legible. Italic letterforms are uncluttered and loop-free, even when written rapidly. Logical. The transition from printing to cursive is straightforward and intuitive. Letter shapes remain the same from basic italic to cursive italic, eliminating the abrupt leap from "ball and stick" to looped cursive seen in other programs. Easy to Write. The elliptical shapes and strokes of italic conform to natural, rhythmic hand movements. The letters are formed easily and quickly. Easy to Teach. The Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series provides a clear, concise, step-by-step approach with opportunity for lots of practice. "Many parents have thanked me for helping their child develop this attractive, legible handwriting." -- Vicki Swartz, National Teachers Hall of Fame "Inga and Barbara deserve the thanks of every teacher and every parent. It's a breakthrough at last!" -- Betty Edwards, Ph.D., Author of Drawing on the Right Side of The Brain



Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series Book F
Title Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series Book F PDF eBook
Author Barbara Getty
Publisher Getty-Dubay
Pages 66
Release 2019-08-29
Genre Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN 9780982776292

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This is the sixth handwriting workbook of the seven-part Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series, a comprehensive handwriting program for K - 6th grade. Book F reviews basic italic, numerals, and cursive italic. Writing practice includes word origins, word groups, figures of speech, and word entertainment. Explores the history of the alphabet. Illustrated. 64 pages. Join the thousands of students everyday who learn to write using Getty-Dubay. Even if you've never taught handwriting, you'll find the Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series easy to follow and full of step-by-step guidance, tips, and creative practice materials. Each of the seven books in the series has been designed to utilize the child's natural curiosity and thirst for learning. The unique "Look-Plan-Practice" approach to self-assessment enhances legibility while empowering your student, encouraging responsibility for his or her own progress. The Instruction Manual for teachers and homeschool parents provides additional guidance for all grades. Getty-Dubay Italic is... Legible. Italic letterforms are uncluttered and loop-free, even when written rapidly. Logical. The transition from printing to cursive is straightforward and intuitive. Letter shapes remain the same from basic italic to cursive italic, eliminating the abrupt leap from "ball and stick" to looped cursive seen in other programs. Easy to Write. The elliptical shapes and strokes of italic conform to natural, rhythmic hand movements. The letters are formed easily and quickly. Easy to Teach. The Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting Series provides a clear, concise, step-by-step approach with opportunity for lots of practice. "Many parents have thanked me for helping their child develop this attractive, legible handwriting." -- Vicki Swartz, National Teachers Hall of Fame "Inga and Barbara deserve the thanks of every teacher and every parent. It's a breakthrough at last!" -- Betty Edwards, Ph.D., Author of Drawing on the Right Side of The Brain